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Any advise how to remove "stuck" cylinder liners on 6DK-20

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Any advise how to remove "stuck" cylinder liners on 6DK-20 ?. Tried already 5
liners with genuine extractor tool but liners do not move at all.
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Car
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Expert:  Matt replied 2 years ago.
Hello I'd suggest getting the block hot ( 120 deg C/ 248F) as even though the materials are similar they are not an exact match and the difference in temperature will help with the slightly different expansion rates as the block expands away from the liner if this fails then some careful work with a hacksaw blade to cut down the length of the liner , but not cut all the way through will allow the liner to spring in on itself and then allow the liner to be pulled out by the tool

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